Need to know: Tuesday, September 1, 2020
‘When God has something for you, it doesn’t matter who stands against it,’ the actor told Howard University graduates in 2018.
Meanwhile, more than 12,000 people have signed Faithful America's petition calling on the Christian crowdfunding site to take down the Rittenhouse campaign.
The investigation will look at legal, real estate, and financial matters.
In a country built on casually snatching our lives away prematurely, he lived to show Black children that they can be poetry, not just prey or property, writes Tyler Burns.
The Liberty board of trustees should agree to an independent investigation, where the school has no control over the process or outcomes, writes Boz Tchividjian.
Even sexual interests that appear to be off limits from an evangelical perspective, including gender-subversive acts like erotic cross-dressing, are acceptable if they are conducted within traditional marriages, writes Kelsy Burke.
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The site, similar to GoFundMe, describes itself as the '#1 free Christian crowdfunding site,' and has categories for campaigns that include 'Mission,' 'Medical,' 'Memorial,' and 'Church,' among others.
“In America, we don't turn to government to restore our souls. We put our faith in almighty God,” Trump said.
Hymn writer Keith Getty hopes the pandemic will lead to a renewal of singing at home. That message will be part of the Getty Music annual Sing Conference, which will be held online this year.
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15 years ago this week, Hurricane Katrina put a spotlight on racial injustice in society within the United States. Yet, all the disparities exposed then remain just as true today during COVID-19, writes Jamie Aten.
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(RNS) — NBA players used their platforms over the summer to bring attention to racial injustice. So it came as no surprise when, in the wake of Jacob Blake’s murder, the players spoke up.